We stopped here and stood in line for about 10 minutes. It was worth the wait for these steaming hot dumplings! Five years as enough for the two of us.
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Wonderful steamed dumplings that are typically not more than a few minutes old. I got there early enough to get four for breakfast (two pork, two kimchi), but when I went back later in the day and the next day, it was a mob scene.
Initially want to buy 12 pcs but they listen wrongly but give us 24 pcs. but lucky thing is 12 pcs is really not enough for 8 of us :D It have spicy and non-spicy taste. Personally like spicy one.
You don't need to go to restaurant. This will stretch your money for a filling meal. They always have newly fresh steam dumplings every 5-10 minutes. It's healthy. They have 2 kinds, regular and with kimchee. It has cabbage, onions, and mince pork. I wasn't...More
As a recommendation from our local friend, we ordered a dozen of the wangmandu (large dumplings) for takeout. This is the type of food where you're sooo stuffed but you *must* have just ONE more because they're so damn delicious.
We were hungry when we walked through the market and stopped here for a snack as we saw them bring out of several huge platters of freshly steamed (HOT!) wangmandu (giant steamed dumplings). Your choice of spicy or non-spicy. They are minced pork and scallions...More
We stumbled across this place while walking around the market -- we noticed the steam coming from the dumplings and the long lines of people waiting to buy them that we had to go see what all the commotion was about. There were two types...More
It serves simple noodles, meat pau n red bean pau. you can either takeaway or eat in the shop on the 2nd floor. Noodles was tasty so were the paus. All are freshly make by the shop. Of course as "starters", there must b some...More